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Entrance of the Railway near Liverpool

1831

Unknown Artist

From the collection

Title

Entrance of the Railway near Liverpool

Date

1831

Description

Watercolour drawing. "Entrance of the Railway near Liverpool"/ T.T. Bury. c.1831

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Location

Myrtle Court, 200 Crown Street, Liverpool, England

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Approximate

Medium

Tww Comment

The Wapping Tunnel ran from Edge Hill to old Park Lane Good station. It was one of the earliest purpose-built railway tunnels and the first to be bored underneath a city.

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